This coming February 13, Vince Gill will be performing alongside Maren Morris and Emmylou Harris in an intimate acoustic fundraiser for the Country Music Hall of Fame as well as the Museum’s All for the Hall New York.

First launched in 2005, the All for the Hall Fundraising Campaign will now be celebrating its 10th anniversary.

The benefit concert, which is to be hosted once again at the Times Square PlayStation Theater in New York, is slated to help secure Nashville institution’s long-term financial safety. Vince Gill will the show’s main host. The main goal of the event is to gather proceeds that will eventually be used solely for providing assistance to the museum’s educational programs. The museum has been responsible for teaching the audience about the continuing art, beauty, and cultural significance of country music. Just this year, the museum’s education programs successfully reached over 109, 000 individuals. This has helped spread the importance and unique beauty of the country music industry.

For the show, all the artists invited to perform chose to veer away from the traditional process of prepping for an upcoming concert. They opted not to prepare a set list. Instead, they will choose or decide on which songs they will perform on stage on the spur of the moment. It will be truly a night of impromptu songs and unbridled or unrehearsed stories for the entire duration of the event.

In that regard, the show will evoke a truly unique, magical, and very memorable experience for all the attendees of the said acoustic concert.

Other artists who have previously participated in the fundraising event include Gregg Allman, Sheryl Crow, Jason Aldean, Patty Griffin, Kris Kristofferson, Melissa Etheridge, Zac Brown, Pat Monahan, Brad Paisley, Lionel Richie, Kacey Musgraves, Levon Helm, Christ Stapleton, Taylor Swift, Dwight Yoakam, Carrie Underwood, James Taylor, and Chris Isaak.

Starting at 10 a.m. on Friday, November 17, tickets for mezzanine seating will go on sale at $100. There will also be a limited number of VIP tables at $5,000 and $10, 000 levels. For additional questions and information on tickets and tables available for the concert, visit the official website of the Country Music Hall of Fame.